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Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xaWSvkVLWKs A video at the 2012 Resource Investment Conference in Indian Wells, CA, hosted by Cambridge House International on the topic of Precious Metals, A Risk On Trade Or A Safe Haven. An excellent interplay with panel members: Jeff Berwick (DollarVigilante.com), Thom Calandra (BabyBulls.com), David Morgan (Silver-Investor.com) , and Greg McCoach (MiningSpeculator.com).
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Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PgEvYh_GKuI

A video summary produced by APMEX (American Precious Metals Exchange) that clarifies some of the questions regarding precious metal investment. The narrator shows that historically, precious metals have brought stability and safety, even during questionable economic times. The precious metals industries have demonstrated a year over year increase in return on investment and can play an important role as part of your portfolio. Continue Reading »


Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obuK8juY9CM

Chris Poff narrates and shares information on his seven secrets to wealth creation. Mr. Poff is from an average middle class family and built his own wealth environment based on self-education. The mindset of the wealth wishers are totally different from the wealthy people themselves. Continue Reading »

Science Fiction aficionados have known about the miracles of health technology for decades. Like many of the predictions of the Sci-Fi aspect, this world is now a reality.
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What happens when you combine the seemingly unending financial investment potential of the Middle East with the innovative attitude of Malaysia? You end up with the one of the most explosive growth opportunities in the world.
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Hard Rock Café became known for their distinctly unique approach to ambiance in a restaurant environment. The desire to honor the world of music, from rock ‘n roll to heavy metal has been the name that has held them as one of the best investments in the country.
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The culture of China has been embedded in a lifestyle that believes in supporting the individual in control and not offering any new ideas. Part of this may be due to their government, ancient religion, their traditions of the past and their current educational system.
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If you have any history in the world of software and computers, you know that it is a fickle industry. One year a particular software will be the hit of the season only to be followed by another software that does the job better (or the previous one just didn’t keep up with new and exciting releases). After all, who uses Lotus anymore? (or DOS for that matter).
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We are in a global society that seems to simply love the talk of the latest scandal. Gossip (or dirt) that is found out about a person or company makes the top headlines everywhere. The people involved are usually mortified, offer press conferences for apologies and slink quietly into anonymity. So why are banks different? They seem to carry an air of nonchalance with maybe only a moment of embarrassment (usually to switch out the CEO).
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If you have any history in the world of software and computers, you know that it is a fickle industry. One year a particular software will be the hit of the season only to be followed by another software that does the job better (or the previous one just didn’t keep up with new and exciting releases). After all, who uses Lotus anymore? (or DOS for that matter).
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